A song can help us memorize Scripture, remember God's truth in a situation, or encourage us to keep trusting Him even when life gets tough. Music is truly the heartbeat of our souls!
Still Singing is sure to become your family's favorite time together each day!
Plus, your kids will dig deep into the Bible, practice writing/research skills, and learn to play a simple instrument: the tin whistle! Don't worry if you don't know how to play or can't read music. My son Luke and I have put together music theory videos to help your child learn!
The study spans one school year covering every season of life as well as holiday seasons such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, and more. Each hymn contains:
You'll also find a collection of hymns and tin whistle tablatures for each song in the appendix.
The softcover kit includes a beautiful CD with all 32 hymns in piano with voice, plus each one played on the tin whistle. The softcover kit also comes with a Sweetone Clarke Whistle in D. This is not a dollar store variety toy but a beautiful beginning instrument retailing for $19. You will cherish the lovely music your child can make on this higher-end whistle.
Finally, the kit comes with video lessons teaching your child how to play the tin whistle beautifully as well as basic music theory concepts.
To help make the study affordable for families, we are offering a discounted price for additional student kits. This includes a book and whistle for each student (no CD.) Please note, we are only able to extend this to families who need multiple copies. The first copy of the book must be bought as a softcover kit in order to receive the full curriculum.
PLEASE NOTE: This 343-page DIGITAL version does NOT include the tin whistle or CD. These only come with the softcover kit. We provide digital copies primarily as a service to missionary families who can't have items shipped.
We recommend purchasing the softcover kit, as it includes all pieces and is the most economical way to get the consumable pages for your student.
Here is a list of the hymns included. If you start the first week of September, you will cover Thanksgiving in November and Christmas hymns in December. You'll end the year with patriotic songs and fill in the rest with beloved classics!